Apex Legends Has Been an Absolute Hit Since Its First Day
  • Apex Legends is a game where players choose from a selection of different heroes. Each of these characters has different abilities and outfits. While you can choose a different hero each match, many players choose to main one or two characters. So what does your preferred legend say about you as a person? Let's find out. Ever since the arrival of Respawn Entertainment's free-to-play Apex Legends, it would seem that Epic Games has felt a bit of pressure in the battle royale department. This is understandable, as Apex Legends has been an absolute hit since its first day. That said, the heat is on between the two titles, but fans have pointed out some similarities that may be bordering rip-off territory.

    When Apex Legends was unexpectedly released a month ago, no one really knew how it would fair in an already oversaturated battle royale genre. Within days of its release, however, it was apparent that Apex didn't have much to worry about. In the opening three days of the game's release, people rushed to download the new battle royale millions of people, to be exact. After 72 hours, 10 million people had downloaded Respawn Entertainment's latest game. For comparison, it took Fortnite two weeks to reach 10 million unique downloads.

    Apex Legends mania has not subsided yet, and players are eagerly on the lookout for new additions to the game. In March, that's going to be the first battle pass for the game, and after that, new legends themselves. Lately, however, there have been a series of leaks and alleged leaks surrounding one hero in particular. That would be Octane, a hero whose name and ability, some sort of stimpack kit presumably taken from Titanfall 2, were datamined from the game itself. So his existence seems confirmed. But his full kit and what he looks like? That's a different story.

    Uncovered evidence reveals that Fortnite may soon add the respawn mechanic, which was popularized by Battle Royale shooter rival Apex Legends. Mysterious vans have started showing up in Fortnite's Replay Mode ever since season 8 started. Players are not able to drive the vehicles, which appear to be placed in specific locations around the map. They look like the game's Battle Bus, but with a giant hologram on the roof and a logo at the side.

    Mysterious and quiet is your whole thing. You don't like to be the center of attention. No, instead you prefer to watch from afar. You are the type of player who never wears a headset. Pinging is what you prefer and you ping everything, especially if it relates to enemies. You also love to observe situations. You are the person who your friends rely on when someone eats someone else's lunch at work. You look for clues, dig around the trash and eventually give up because you couldn't find anything. But you tried and that matters. A recent tweet from "TmarTn" on Twitter suggests that a recent Fortnite skin was copied from Apex Legends' character Lifeline. Finally, to enjoy all the features in the game, players can Buy Apex Legends Coins from Mmocs at a reasonable price.

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